Which amuses me mildly. If you're offended - this is a life protip, by the way, guys - best voice it rather than crying. It gets it resolved much quicker, and without hostilities.
No less, appealed even though it was arguably "offensive". I hope someone enjoys;
I'm 16. And a half.
I'm pretty much over this chick who dumped me. I disgust myself having seen how emotionally unstable she made me. But that doesn't put me off trying again.
I meet most people through cadets nowadays. Occasionally one or two through college or work, but the majority of people I meet and get to know is through cadets.
Last weekend a competition ran, for swimming. I placed 1st in all of my races (Butterfly, Freestyle and Individual Medley, all 15-18 boys'... I won the medley by a length, and its a total of 4 long. Anyway offtopic, I love swimming). As is usual I met up with loads of people I'd seen before from across the county, a few from Plymouth, Exmouth, various north devon towns... And again met new people. Two of them rather sweet girls.
Yeah, from the title, you've guessed it at this stage. They're both 13. Both fairly mature, both sweet as anything, both I've met before but only briefly... But they're 13.
I like these girls a lot. Well, I'd like to ask one out.
But they're 13.
;-; what do.
For clarification, one is a 2 year 4 month gap, the other about a month longer.
Is it socially acceptable? Thoughts? Could/would it work?
Parkour being the stuff without flips n shizzle, though I might learn that at some stage.
I've sort of taken it upon myself to spend some of my time - hopefully some time out with friends every week - learning parkour. We went out last Thursday, and tested the waters (3 of us). I'm fairly happy with my current abilities - I can do basic landings and rolls (rolls on grass for now), I can tac up a small wall, I can do basic vaults, and I can climb walls to some extent.
Does anyone else do parkour? Has anyone got any tips? I'd like to get through as much as I can, though I live in the middle of nowhere so meet-ups once or twice a week are the only time I really have to learn the majority of things.
I hold onto every last hope of getting back with this girl. I know by any sane onlooker I'm lost, I would say the same... She wants space, for now, but wants to maintain friendship. I know what that means.
I accepted that, and tried to act as understanding as I could, because I've perhaps been less than brilliant to her these past... nearly 11 months. We're perfect together, on paper. But everyone tells me I'm too mature for my age in terms of relationships, and tells me that I shouldn't be as serious about them.
I said we wouldn't talk, and would meet up after a while to exchange stuff, but asked her if I could continue wishing her a good morning... I've done it for the last 11 months... She said yes, and damn... that made me the happiest I've been since she broke up with me (albeit the short time since yesterday, I've been up VERY long hours both days).
I'm holding on, I'm stupid, I wasn't good enough... I want to be good enough, I saw it coming, just the smallest of change on my part would have made the world of difference... But I realised that too late :/
9 months! ._. Didn't realise that'd happen, here's to the rest of the year, and then many, many more. We seem so... I dunno, fitting for each other :P
um ye so basically just boasting. I guess. I really don't deserve her though so I'll boast as little as I can ;-;
Navy and stuff
Haven't actually enlisted or anything, but I'm narrowing my ideas on what I want to do. I'd like to be a pilot - either fast jets or helicopter - in the Fleet Air Arm. But this is reliant on getting decent A-Level results, something I'm unsure of. I'm currently in the cadets, and having visited the bases and a couple of their ships I must say I'm fairly keen on the lifestyle. Hm.
Girlfriend is also looking to join, as a rate, not an officer. I wanna be an officer.
College ye. For americans Idk what this is, it's basically ages 16-18. I'm 16, in a year early though... so there's that.
Currently studying, in order of favourite to least favourite;
Well not strictly that order, but basically Architecture/Art are both somewhat difficult in some areas and somewhat boring. ICT is just easy. And Physics rocks, would recommend.
As it happens 2 of my courses - Art and Physics - are A-levels and two are BTECs, meaning A-levels = Exams and BTECs = fully coursework. In actual fact Art is also heavily coursework but hey ho.
Current rough grades for subjects are a bit crap - for example in Physics I scored an A on my mock exam for January, but got a D in the actual thing (which was the 2nd highest score to my credit - many an E and U were scored). I'm retaking - currently the year is scored out of 300, and I've got 98 IIRC - the last paper is 150 marks so I've currently achieved 98/150. The pass mark is 120/300, so I need 22 on the last paper to score an E. Then the scale gets tight - I believe it's a mere 20 more marks to get a C from there. I'm also retaking the first exam which I got a D on, and hopefully I'll score well there :D
Erm, Art, the lecturer scores EVERYONE'S books, from people she thinks will achieve A's, to people who "will fail if they don't put more work in". And lo and behold she says "it's impossible to grade your book" - IE she doesn't know what to score it. But she said "Above an E", which is all I wanted from that god forsaken subject.
ICT I'm up to "Distinction" (A-grade) work almost everywhere so far, a few more assignments to do.
Architecture I haven't even got the Pass (E-grade) work done yet so yeah. Considering that counts as 2 courses, I'm kinda screwed there.
And that's my life thanks for reading guys!
When you suck in helium and breath it out to give yourself a squeaky voice, allowing it to escape into the atmosphere and eventually into space, you are ridding the earth of a finite supply of an extremely valuable resource used in nuclear Fusion, only currently obtained in mass via nuclear decay of uranium.
That's right, feel bad.
happy birthday to meeeeee
and a few other people who haven't got large postcounts ;-;
I got le presents, but mainly money.
About 190 of those
That, in brown (left colour), from my fabulous girlfriend.
Successful, need to get shopping with the moneys though :L
Birthday in 9 days!! :D Will be 16. I'm starting to think about cars, though it'll be a year 'til I can actually drive. I'm sort of mentally piecing together a line-up of cars I want to purchase, from first shoddy car to final types of goals...
For my first car, I'm thinking of getting something like a Vauxhall Corsa, or one of those relatively cheap-to-insure first cars. If not, I may buy a Chevrolet Spark, as they fall into the lowest insurance group, and they're fairly cheap too.
Either way, it'll be second hand, and probably not in BRILLIANT condition.
Following that, I'm going to say an Alfa Romeo MiTo. They're tiny, and look a bit better than the spark, and in my opinion the corsa too. If not, perhaps an MG6, as apparently those are fairly cheap to buy and insure, and I love how they look.
From hereon out, I'm assuming I will be a little better off for money, and be able to stomach higher insurances, obviously progressively.
Therefore, I'd love an older 3 series BMW. I've always been a BMW fan, so this'd be nice for me :) I'm thinking probably not too old, because by the time I get one, a 1990 model will be difficult to find in great condition I think.
If not, even a bigger Alfa Romeo would be nice.
By the time I get rid of either of these, perhaps I'll have yet more money to throw around. Keep in mind I'd want to keep hold of my car, not change it out every 3 years like some seem to like doing.
I'm unsure of this kind of stage, but all I can think is perhaps a slightly newer BMW, probably 3 series as they're cheaper to buy and insure.
Once again I'd keep something like that a while.
My ultimate goal in terms of cars, I assume would be achieved in my 30's or 40's, would be one of the following, obviously varying in how realistic each would be.
BMW M5/5 Series
Both my girlfriend and I would love one of these. They're beautiful, apparently they drive like a boss, and, I'm a sucker for BMW's. If we couldn't manage an M5, a regular 5 series would still be sweet.
Both different, obviously. The F Type is far more sporty, being... a sports car. But the XF is a beautiful thing too. I like jaguars, so these would be pretty cool. I'd probably still prefer the 5 Series, if I were given the choice side by side.
Once again, I've always loved these. There's just a charm about these that I love, and I'd probably prefer it marginally over the F-Type.
My favourite, I think, of all of the cars here. There's something about it I can't help but love. It's fluid, and for some reason it calls back memories, and even just the shape of it recalls thoughts of a slightly less rainy place than England. It's weird, but hey. The further plus side, is that it apparently drivers REALLY well.
Of course, I may just have to settle for my 3 series for the rest of my life, but a boy (man?) can dream, right? :P
Thanks for reading, and I'll prepare myself for the flood of presents you guys send me.
Drawn 2nd highest January result of a class of just under 20 students, with a D. Resitting that shizzle, just like err'body else.
Anyway, my granddad (who is in America) is offering to buy me something for my birthday. Just, I don't know what to get. Don't need headphones, don't need a phone, don't need a computer. Suggestions? Money isn't an option.
He'll probably spend up to like $100ish, but fire away.
Passed GCSE's. In total, that's 3 A's, 3 B's, 3 C's and a D;
I'm pretty happy with that. I've now started my A-Levels, which includes a BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in Architecture and the Build Environment, and the same in ICT, as well as AS Physics and AS Art and Design. I'm considering dropping Art and Design... I've never been a big science man, but I enjoy Physics more than that -_- Jeez.
So yeah, so far so good at college, though my workload is a bit daunting. I suppose it's pretty minor at the moment, I'll be looking back on myself in a few weeks thinking how easy I had it.
In other news, I went camping a couple of days ago, left Friday and came back Sunday. Saw my girlfriend (Rachel) again, had a good time :3 I feel like, good about this girl. I don't know how to describe it, but I'm actually comfortable around her. Perhaps it's because she's not your typical girly girl, but I really like her. I just hope it goes well all together - no doubt you'll see me crying about it on here if not!
And now, back to Physics prep. I haven't posted a blog in a while, certainly not like this, so I thought I might as well.
Finished three days of training followed by a parade through Dartmouth town, rifles and all. My arms and back are absolutely exhausted, but I met a Commodore, who's head of the Britannia Royal Naval College (basically the place all Officers-in-training go in the Royal Navy). For some reason he decided to talk to me for significantly longer than everyone else, which was pretty awkward.
In other news, I'm actually going out with someone again. It's been like 5 months since I broke up with my last girlfriend.
EDIT; just to get this out of the way,
IN THE NAVY
Just been sailing on a large square rigger for a week. Pretty cool, thoroughly enjoyed myself :)
That's the ship. It's actually slightly different to the picture - sails have been replaced and the like, but pretty much that.
Back to nolife sals.
Well, weekend passed, idk what happened but
She was shy or something barely noticed me i guess im just that ugly :///
From this I can clearly tell I suck at relationships. Previously it was just a "yeah I probably fail", now it's fo sho
ty for reading guys i hope you enjoyed my blog entry